Yesterday I wrote about the difficulties of finding a digital equivalent of a Chuck Klosterman article and how it'd be beneficial for big media to create an iTMS-like store for their content (increase circulation, add a new revenue stream, and build online presence, etc).
However, before any serious capital would be invested into building such a product - someone would first have to prove that there is sufficient demand. So, here's my test...
Testing demand with only one article wouldn't tell us much, so I'd like to open this space up to any other full length articles that you might have that currently can't be found online (not that I'm really expecting anyone to waste their time typing up an article...that'd be silly).
update: here's another klosterman article online from an April '04 version of Esquire: the Importance of Being Hated: In this golden age of enmity, friends are for suckers. What you need are a pair of well-chosen foes.